Terrace apartments, private mansions and beautiful houses with garden in Paris, Neuilly, Boulogne & Saint Cloud.
Apartments, mansions and properties that meet all international standards of luxury real estate.
Daniel Féau - Immeubles is the Féau Group department specifically dedicated to the sale of entire buildings or individual apartments on behalf of professional or institutional clients. Over the past 20 years the Daniel Féau - Immeubles team has concluded numerous transactions (apartments, office space, business premises) with a variety of marketing processes : sale of entire buildings, by call for applications or private sale, sale unit by unit, split sale or “fil de l’eau”, sale of a building to renovate, sale before completion.
Thanks to its exclusive partnership with Christie’s International Real Estate and privileged relationships with international wealth managers, over the decades, Belles demeures de France has been the reference for international customers seeking the most upmarket properties, while also assisting French buyers in their research abroad.
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Belles demeures de France Châteaux offers an exceptional selection of properties and châteaux. These are often in the Loire Valley, renowned globally for its remarkable listed chateaux, yet a little further north towards the Paris basin and the Seine valley there are also some magnificent properties, ranging in age from the Middle Ages to the 19th century. Many prestigious properties and extensive hunting estates are also to be found in this part of France.
It has often been said that the Portuguese capital oozes with charm and offers some exceptional real estate, and as a result prices have rocketed! There is still time to invest, but time is of the essence... By Eric Jansen. For decades Lisbon seemed like a slightly faded city forgotten by the modern world, much like the trams that trundle along its cobblestone streets, its authentic buildings (often a little too authentic), and its churches and palaces decked with “azulejo” glazed ceramic tiles. A perfect destination for a romantic weekend no doubt, but a place to live? Surely not… However in 2013, a new government measure was applied allowing European citizens tax exemption on their income from abroad for 10 years, on the condition that they live in Portugal for at least six months a year. The effect was immediate and probably far exceeded the government’s expectations. Suddenly, the appeal of Lisbon rocketed. Just a two-hour flight from Paris, the offer was too tempting to resist and...